|Misc episode of ''You Asked For It'' #7|
Another misc episode of the popular 1950s American television series "You Asked for It". Episode includes: A fire-eater, a tour of Hollywood homes, Mr America showing his muscles, An elderly woman playing an unusual musical instrument, horseshoe throwing (I presume the studio lights caused problems), and Buddy Epsen dancing with his sister. Somes sources suggest this episode aired in 1951, possibly on the DuMont Television Network...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Classic Television; Live TV; Live Television; Skippy Peanut Butter; Peanut Butter; Food; Delicious; Reality TV; Reality Television
Average rating: (2 reviews)
|1962 Television Commercial for Peter Pan Peanut Butter|
A 1962 television commercial for Peter Pan Peanut Butter. Partially animated.
Keywords: 60s; 1960s; Sixties; TV; Television; Classic TV; Classic Commercial; Advertisement; Advertising; Peanut Butter; Old
|Misc episode of ''You Asked For It'' #6|
Another misc episode of the 1950s American television series "You Asked for It", featuring the following: A race between an abacus and a then-modern calculating machine, the secrets of phony spiritualists, a Calypso song and dance, and TV wrestler Georgous George doing card tricks. Judging by the reference to 1951, it is likely this aired on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network. Complete with original commercials for Skippy Peanut Butter...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; DuMont; DuMont Television Network; Pop Culture; Reality TV; Reality Television; Old; Peanut Butter; Skippy Peanut Butter; Edible; Not a Jihad Video; 1950s America; TV; Television; Classic Television; annoying watermark; Keyword
Average rating: (3 reviews)
|Fifties Television: ''You Asked for It'' (Undated Episode No. 5)|
An episode of the fifties television series ''You Asked for It'', featuring the following: Pin-up girls, a Skippy Peanut Butter commercial, Oscar-winners Bill and Coo, A Hawaiian cowboy-song singer, another Skippy Peanut Butter commercial, And a reunion of the "Our Gang" kids. (update: someone on another website did some research and it seems this episode aired on the long-defunct DuMont Network. I mention this due to the rarity of shows from the network, which are sought-after by collectors)
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Fifties; 1950s; 1950's; 50s; 50's; Culture; Commercial; Commercials; Food; Peanut Butter; Oscar Winner; Bird; Birds; Our Gang; Variety
Average rating: (4 reviews)